There are so many things to love about fall: the beautiful leaves, the chance to pull those cozy sweaters out of the back of the closet, the fresh fruits and vegetables of the harvest season, and most of all, the fall desserts. Bring on the pumpkin, cinnamon and warm apple cider. Let’s enjoy the taste of fall!
Two-Ingredient Chocolate Pumpkin Brownies
This recipe might be the easiest thing you'll ever make. Just throw some brownie mix in with some pure pumpkin and you're all set! Plus, it doesn't hurt that it's lower in calories than other brownies. Here's the recipe.
Skinny Pumpkin and Cream Bread
This classic fall favorite has less than 200 calories per serving size and will satisfy all your pumpkin cravings. You (and your guests) will never guess that the creamy, swirly deliciousness you're eating won't wreck your diet. Check out the recipe here.
Frosted Zucchini Brownies
You may have received bucket loads of zucchini from friends and neighbors who have grown more than they can handle. And since you're probably pretty sick of zucchini as your vegetable night after night, these brownies are an awesome way to use it all up. Rich and decadent brownies made from zucchinis? Sign us up.
Individual Whole Peach Pies
With just a touch of honeycomb (or honey) as the sweetener, these pies let the authentic peach flavor shine through. The individual pies also give a beautiful presentation that's almost too beautiful to eat... almost.
Four-Ingredient Homemade Pumpkin Frozen Yogurt
Nothing says fall more than the flavor of pumpkin — especially pumpkin pie. This recipe is a cold, creamy, delicious way to get that yummy pumpkin pie flavor, but this time you can enjoy it straight out of the freezer.
Skinny Pumpkin Cheesecake Poke Cake
Who knew the words "skinny" and "cheesecake" could be used in the same sentence? Poke cake is the perfect dessert for a fall party — universally loved and easily devourable. You have to try the decadent recipe.
Whole-Wheat Banana Bread
As the air turns chilly, who doesn't like to curl up with a blanket, a warm beverage, and a slice of warm dessert bread? Even better is that this recipe uses whole wheat flour and natural sweeteners like honey and bananas, and yet it is still so delicious that it's hard to believe it's healthy.
Slow Cooker Baked Apples
A tasty dessert that takes just moments of prep time? Yes, please! These baked apples assemble very quickly, and after that your slow cooker does all the hard work. A few hours later you're left with a treat that tastes a lot like apple pie, but is a lot lower in calories. Yum!